Glen Burnie, MD Air Conditioning, Heating and Plumbing Services
Supreme Service Today provides Air Conditioning, Heating and Plumbing Services, Repair, Installation, Maintenance, and Tune Up in Glen Burnie, MD and surrounding areas.
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Nick - Glen Burnie, MD
Joe provided excellent service, quickly diagnosing the problem and resolving it in a timely manner, while also educating me on the workings of my HVAC unit.
Amanda - Glen Burnie, MD
Rick - Glen Burnie, MD
Our experience with this company was not great. I would not recommendate this company to my family or friends. It appeared to me that the tech was looking for opportunities to make as much money as he can could other than resolving the real problems.
Tried to rob us
Brooks - Glen Burnie, MD
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Crystal - Glen Burnie, MD
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Thank you so much Crystal! We're so happy to hear Daniel did such a great job addressing all of your service needs during his visit. We're looking forward to our next visit for your HVAC or plumbing service needs. Have a supreme day!
Crystal - Glen Burnie, MD
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Thank you so much Crystal! We're so glad your experience with us was so great and we're looking forward to more of this in the future for all of your HVAC & plumbing needs. Have a supreme day!
William - Glen Burnie, MD
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Both Trane heat pumps were manufactured in 2004. The Nordyne heat pump was manufactured in 2014. I operated the Nordyne unit whose air handler is located in the closet of the back office on the lower level and took photos of the temperature rise across the coil in heat pump heating only, without auxiliary heat strips, and recorded 32 degrees. I went outside and applied my refrigerant gauges and found the system overcharged. I looked at the heating check chart and removed 10oz of r410a to bring the pressures down to 100-105 & 405-410, from 120 & 475. Unit operating normal. No leaks are evident at all. In fact like stated above the system was slightly overcharged. I called the technician who was here previously and they said they did not add any refrigerant and cannot account for misdiagnosing the system. I called senior technician and let them know my findings and that I was going to recover some of the charge to prevent the system from turning off on high pressure.
Tuneup special on 11/08/ 19 On arrival I sanded the flame rectification probe and checked burner arrangement burner needs to be replaced is rusted the ignitor homes out to be in good condition checked heat exchanger checked all other electrical connections set unit to call for heat measured supply and return air temp measured voltage and amps inspected electrical connections checked drain and cleaned checked filter and replaced checked blower motor checked blower motor capacitor all other electrical connections checked temp rise DT 65 made for 40-70 unit tested unit operating normal at this time. Recommended Burner replacement also DUCT Cleaning also and Ez trap installation to avoid future problems.
Arrived onsite to inspect units for fall season maintenance. Inspected all unit in heat test mode. Checked heat pumps outdoor condensors for proper defrosting. Found unit 1 to have low charge. Needs leak check and seal.
Arrived to inspect units for fall maintenance. Inspected unit in heat test mode. Checked exchanger for cracks. Found no issues for fall season. Offered customer uv light and duct cleaning. Customer wants review the price for a little while. Customer needs follow up.
Arrived to complete fall season maintenance. Inspected unit in heat test mode and aux heat test mode. Verified proper operations. Inspected all drain and other unit operations. Found unit to be running properly. Customer in stressed in duct cleaning. Customer Was unable to reach home owner to verify if they agree to duct cleaning please follow up.
DRAIN LINE CLOGGED CLEANING WITH NITROGEN AND NEW SERVICE AGREEMENT Service call on 09/25/19 On arrival checked the thermostat is blank checked airhandler checked electrical connections checked voltage and amps checked condenser drain I found drain is clogged also the drain pan is full of water I gave customer quote cleaned the drain line with nitrogen and cleaned the drain pan customer accepted the quote we gave customer special discount I cleaned the drain line with nitrogen and cleaned the drain pan tested water is running out normal start up checked electrical connections checked voltage and amps checked air filter needs to be replaced ASAP checked condenser coil outdoor checked compressor capacitor checked electrical connections checked voltage and amps checked coil unit operating normal at this time heating or cooling both mode. Highly recommended duct cleaning also condenser coil cleaning. Collected #372 drain cleaning and $16.66 for one month new service agreement fee tot
On arrival found system not operating,found bad capacitor.replaced it ,unit came on ,checked charge.ok.recommended replacing system due to the age .unit operating normal at this time
On arrival set units to call for cooling measured supply and return air temp no DT checked electrical connections checked voltage and amps checked blower checked air filter checked condenser unit outdoor checked electrical connections checked voltage and amps unit is running but I cannot checked pressure unit has lock on service valve I donâ€™t have a key for it I lost mine we have to come tomorrow 8 to 10.
When I arrived I checked system out and saw dealt T 60* and return 77* I then put my gauges on the outside unit to see what my temperature was reading. This unit is low 1lbs. On 410A
Remove existing r22 refrigerant, replace valve stems and install tamper proof caps, vacuum system and charge with up to 6lbs r427a refrigerant (r22 substitution refrigerant). Unit operating with 6-8 degrees superheat and normal refrigerant pressures. I marked the unit with a r427a label. I confirmed 20+ degree delta temperatures across the evaporator coil. I had already checked the outdoor units voltage absorption system to make sure it was at full value. Unit operating normal. I had to include the dispatch fee in the repair so that the customer could have the repair made today. I put it in the invoice but zeroed our the amount. I had tried calling the office but since I was after hours I could not reach a CSR.
On arrival found system cooling properly. Indoor unitâ€™s electrical components operating to spec. Only concerns with indoor unit are cleanliness of ductwork and blower motor, attached estimates to preform cleanings. Upon inspecting outdoor unit, found unit operating properly except for compressor run capacitor and found condenser coil dirty with dust caked on in spots. Recommended replacing capacitor and cleaning coil and customer approved repairs. Replaced capacitor today, tested system and amp draws, all normal. However, need to reschedule return visit for coil. Customer will not be home for return visit, tech will be able to enter through back gate and have access to outdoor unit for cleaning. Coil cleaning paid for in full today and taken as â€œdeposit for partsâ€.
REPAIRED THE DRAIN LINE AND REMOVED THE BLOCKAGE. CHEMICAL CLEANED THE CONDENSER COIL. TXV WILL BE ORDERED AND INSTALLED. CUSTOMER PAID THE 199.00 FEE IN CASH.
Upon further inspection determined previous diagnosis incorrect, found actual source of corrosion that is causing clogs to be coil housing. Preformed deep cleaning on coil and scrubbed housing to remove corrosion. Current condition of coil is free of flaking corrosion and scrapped clean pan where rust had blocked flow in pan. Also, installed ez trap and tested operation, system operation normal. Office to refund difference between previous deposit for work and current total, difference determined to be $193.37
On arrival found system low on refrigerant.customer declined leak search and repair,and approved recharge only .recharge system with 2 lbs of 410a .tested system .unit operating normal at this time but no warranty .
On arrival found system at about 5 psi .system has a leak (r22) .custmer declined repair .unit is in bad shape .better to replace system .
Upon arrival system cooling properly. Condensate line was clogged with large piece of rust. Cleaned and flushed lines. Condensate pan is rusted and losing larger pieces into condensate drain. Customer approved replacing condensate pan and installing ez trap. Ez trap to be installed after pan. Dust work and furnace also dirty and in need of cleaning. Customer also agreed to service membership.
Tuneup special on 05/03/19 On arrival set unit to call for cooling measured supply and return air temp measured voltage and amps inspected electrical connections checked drain and cleaned checked filter cleaned checked blower motor capacitor checked condenser coil outdoor checked the pressure and theyâ€™re ideal indicating zero leaks in the system.the voltage absorption system was well below spec also the contractor is burnt I suggested replacing now to avoid future problems also I suggested the additional of the hard start kit to ease all electrical strain on the compressor and the other electrical device in the outdoor unit. Plus it lower energy consumption i gave quote for customer accepted replacing the contractor also the capacitor with hard start kit i wired the same as before. I tested start up and unit began operating very smoothly without any hesitating or lag also I cleaned the outdoor unit. unit operating normal at this time. Collected$1,117 $59 tuneup special $529 for conta
Upon arrival I went to unit and verified power was off. Used recovery machine to remove refrigerant from system. Once removed I put nitrogen on circuit and cleared pipes. Once cleared I removed compressor and filter drier from system. Installed new filter drier and compressor. Leak checked at 400psi of nitrogen. No leaks found, held for 20 minutes. Removed nitrogen from system and ran vacuum pump for 30 minutes. While vacuuming I replaced dual run capacitor and contactor. Then I installed Hard Start Kit for Compressor (easier startup, helps compressor last longer). Once installed and system vacuumed down to 500micron I held for another 15 minutes. Added factory charge and started AC. Wrote total charge, Superheat, and subcool values on inside of HeatPump Panel for future reference. Unit is operating normal at this time.
On arrival found system has a leak, also found evaporator coil has frost. Can not add freon .unit not operating normal.
Spring Pm On 04/26/19 On arrival set unit to call for cooling measured supply and return air temp measured voltage and amps inspected electrical connections checked drain and cleaned checked filter cleaned checked condenser unit checked electrical connections checked compressor capacitor checked pressure checked all other electrical connections unit operating normal at this time.
Replaced outdoor fan motor and fan blade. Checkedoperqtions , supply air 53 and return air 70 . Motor pulling 1.1 amps . System is operating
On arrival set unit to call for cooling measured supply and return air temp measured voltage and amps inspected electrical connections inspected drain and cleaned it,inspected blower ,coils,contactor,cap,unit operating normal
The filter was pretty clean, blower wheel and coil were clean with minimal surface dust. I could not check the drain line because it has no access point. I checked the electrical wiring and electrical systems, the condenser unit has a badly burnt voltage distribution system, which should be replaced. The outdoor fan motor does not operate and if it is replaced a new fan blade will be needed also, because the existing one will definitely not come off the motor shaft. Since the outdoor fan did not operate I could not fully operate the unit in cooling. I did put my refrigerant gauges on and manually pushed in the voltage distribution system and the compressor does operate and pump the refrigerant. The unit is much older and the data plate is missing, but it definitely uses r22 refrigerant. Since I could not leave running in cooling I could not verify refrigerant levels. To get the unit operating would require outdoor fan motor and blade and the contactor should be replaced. Making these r
Upon arrival I started ac pm by cleaning condenser coils. Flushed out drains. Replaced all filters. Inspected indoor coils and blower wheels for cleanliness. Checked capacitors and contactors. Tightened electrical connections. Ran ac on all units. Checked amp draw of compressors, od fans, and blowers. Measured delta air temps at all coils. Let Units satisfy thermostats. Customer complaint of no ac on first floor. Found capacitor wires had shorted together and caused breaker to trip. Repaired wires and returned power to unit. Breaker tripped right away. Ohmed out od fan motor and compressor to find compressor is grounded. Quoting customer to replace compressor. Also quoting to replace capacitor and contactor on same unit.